4 November 2021
Events organized by UNESCO Almaty and the sector partners network in line with the National Development Programme of the Kyrgyz Republic till 2026 and the UN Joint Workplan.
Result Group 2. Priority 2: Good Governance, rule of law, human rights, gender equality
Outcome 2: By 2022, institutions at all levels are more accountable and inclusive ensuring justice, human rights, gender equality and sustainable peace for all
Output 2.1 Parliament, national and local authorities have strengthened capacities for accountable and transparent, evidence-based policymaking to address issues of national importance for more peaceful and inclusive society.
Activity 2.1.1 Support national counterparts to develop and implement HR based and gender sensitive legal and policy frameworks aimed at COVID-19 socio-economic recovery, strengtehning legislative and governmental instituions in line with international HR standards
Freedom of Expression and Right to Information Standards
Section 4.5. Judicial and law enforcement reform of the National Development Programme of the Kyrgyz Republic till 2026.
Central Asia: World Press Freedom Day 2022
5 may 2022
Participants from: Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
Alma-Ata+29: Regional Forum
30 April 2021
Participants from: Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan
Measurements of the Media development and the Internet Universality
Assessing the journalists’ safety by UNESCO's Journalists Safety Indicators
2 November 2021 project "Kazakhstan: Increasing the safety of journalists"
Output 2.3 Social cohesion strengthened by improving resilience of community members, including migrants, women and youth, religious leaders, civic activists, to violent ideologies
Activity 2.3.3. Support social and behaviour change communication and public outreach initiatives of civil society actors and media for increased public awareness and reporting on SDGs, GEWE, harmful practices and inclusive decision-making processes
Section 7.3. Educated nation, of the National Development Programme of the Kyrgyz Republic till 2026
Webinar: 'Fake news' and disinformation: Challenges for journalism educators
12 April 2021
Web meeting supported 71 women and 19 male participants from Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Russia.
Webinars on Journalism, "Fake news" & Disinformation
Four webinars were held on 19 June, 26 June, 3 July and 08 July 2020.
Response to the pandemic COVID-19
Journalism in a pandemic: Covering COVID-19 now and in the future
4 May 2020, available in Russian as well
The Journalism Education and Training
Supported by The International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC)
Community media training for higher education institutions in Kyrgyzstan
31 March 2021
MediaSDG journalism education and training platform
25 January 2021 project "Journalism education and training platform"
Media and information literacy
UNDP and UNESCO to launch Online Community Accelerator in Kyrgyzstan
7 June 2022
Kyrgyzstan: Media and information literacy of the modern librarian
15 December 2021
Central Asian training of trainers on the media and information literacy
11 November 2021
Building knowledge societies
Artificial intelligence, universality of the internet, inclusion of people with disabilities
Section 4.2. Digitalization of the governance and development of digital infrastructure, from the National Development Programme of the Kyrgyz Republic till 2026
Workshop on the ICT Competency Framework for Teachers / Open Educational Resources
17 December 2021 on Global level and Russian speaking states
Central Asian Presentation: Steering AI and advanced ICTs for knowledge societies
15 February 2021
Webinar on Inclusion of Learners with Disabilities in Open and Distance Learning in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan
Ensuring Inclusion of Learners with Disabilities in Open and Distance Learning
Multilingualism for development
Section 7.1. Sociocultural development, the formation of civic identity of the National Development Programme of the Kyrgyz Republic till 2026